You can’t transfer data to the US
The Italian data protection authority has found a local web publisher's use of Google analytics is non-compliant with EU data protection rules because it transfers data to a third-world country, which lacks a civilized legal framework.
Apparently, it is a priority
Italy's Prime Minister Mario Draghi, who has insisted on depressing his economy by keeping autocratic Covid green pass rules in place while the rest of Europe liberalises, wants to give lots of cash which Italy does not have to big chip companies.
Order to delete database
Italy's data protection agency today announced a $22 million penalty for breaches of EU law against facial recognition firm Clearview AI.
Yeah that will work
Debt-ridden Italy, which is now so dependent on Russian gas it is facing a huge energy crisis if Tsar Putin turns the lights off, thinks it is a wizard idea to give more than $4.6 billion that it does not have to wealthy chip makers.
You see you need us
Tsar Putin’s rampaging hacker hordes shut down 5,800 wind turbines in central Europe to remind them how shaky their green power plans are and how much they need Russian gas.
Making Gelsinger an offer he can’t refuse
Chipzilla and Italy are intensifying talks over investments expected to be worth around 8 billion euros ($9 billion) to build an advanced semiconductor packaging plant.
$11.23 million each for being too aggressive with customer data
Italy's antitrust regulator has fined Google and Apple $11.23 million each for "aggressive practices" linked to the commercial use of user data.
Charged with making offers no one can refuse
Italy’s competition authority has opened an investigation into cloud storage services operated by Apple, Dropbox and Google, in response to a number of complaints alleging unfair commercial practices.